Answer: Plumbago is slow to start from cuttings, but that's the best way to propagate the plant. You'll have better success if the cuttings you took were from fresh new growth. If not, take a few more cuttings, strip the lower leaves and dip the cut end in rooting hormone, then place it in a container of potting soil. Keep the cuttings in a spot outdoors that's protected from direct sunlight, and keep the soil just barely moist. When new growth appears, your cuttings have rooted and can be slowly brought into full sunlight. Good luck with your new plants!
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